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Solitary Man is giving you 150 dollars to Best Buy!

Atomic Popcorn in promotions with Best Buy and the film Solitary Man, are giving away 150 dollars to Best Buy! One of you will have the chance to take home a 150 dollar Best Buy giftcard as part of our promotions for the upcoming film Solitary Man. The film stars Michael Douglas,  Danny DeVito,  Jesse Eisenberg, Jenna Fischer, Imogen Poots,  Olivia Thirlby,  Mary-Louise Parker and Susan Sarandon and is written and directed by Brian  Koppelman and David Levien (Writer /  directors of “Knockaround Guys,”  writers of “Rounders,” “Ocean’s  Thirteen,” “The Girlfriend  Experience”)

Film Synopsis:

Solitary Man tells the dryly funny yet all too relatable story of Ben  Kalmen (Michael  Douglas), a fifty-something New Yorker and former  successful car dealer, who  through his own bad choices lost his  entire business. He’s also  divorced from Nancy (Susan  Sarandon), his college sweetheart and the one  person who knows him  better than anyone. Although he still finds the time  for his daughter Susan (Jenna Fischer) and her adoring grandson, his role as   more of a friend than father or grandfather is starting to wear  thin on the  family. His girlfriend Jordan (Mary-Louise Parker) is  the daughter of a very  influential businessman who’s on the board  of a major auto manufacturer. If  Ben can just keep his hubris in  check for a little while longer, he will be  back as big as ever, but some of the same motivations that lead to his  demise are  threatening to take him down again, and for good.

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This is a US only promotion! – the winner will be chosen on the last day of May!

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Solitary man now opens  on May  21st,  2010

55 Responses to “Solitary Man is giving you 150 dollars to Best Buy!”

  1. Dan (Truth On Cinema) says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas film has got to be Romancing The Stone. I know it’s an oldie, but I absolutely loved the chemistry between him and Kathleen Turner, a Kathleen Turner that, like Michael Jackson when he used to be black, used to look very feminine and beautiful!

    Great contest Matt! I am in!

  2. Eric says:

    I’ve always enjoyed The Game. It’s a fairly crazy movie with a pretty good twist at the end which makes you want to watch it again to pick up everything that is going on.

  3. Kevin Dantzler says:

    My favorite film of Michael Douglass has to be Wall Street. He commanded that role and that oscar was WELL DESERVED! Can’t wait for Wall Street 2

  4. Mike says:

    Ghosts of Girlfriends past, i thought he played his part amazing

  5. Carlos says:

    Black Rain, I forgot which Scott brother directed that, but Andy Garcia’s decapitation is a classic. Also, they didn’t try to sell us him Douglas transforming into a Japanese person like in You Only Live Twice or the Last Samurai. Props

  6. Phil Gibson says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas film is An American President

  7. Bob Harris says:

    I’d say Wonder Boys because not only is Michael Douglas great in it, but the rest of the cast is phenomonal as well,

  8. Rachael says:

    It has to be the game, that freak Clown really got to me for weeks afterward!

  9. Renada says:

    I think my favorite Michael Douglas movie has to be Fatal Attraction of course!

  10. Joann says:

    My favorite Michael Douglass movie is Fatal Attraction.

  11. Eric Newman says:

    Falling down is the first one that comes to mind….but if I take a second thought it would probably be “The Game”…I love the twisted mind of David Fincher

  12. mark flickinger says:

    Favorite Michael Douglas movie is Fatal Atraction.

  13. Shizzle says:

    Without a doubt it’s THE GAME !!! Never have gotten tired of that movie!

  14. Stephen Absalom says:

    Favorite Michael Douglas film: King of California
    Such a tortured character begging for redemption and such a bittersweet end. How can you not love this film?

  15. Sarah says:

    M. Douglas was wonderful as Gordon Gekko in Wall Street. This definitely tops my list of his movies.

  16. valarie jackson says:

    would have to be fatal attraction, the wife away thought he would get some side piece….well it came with baggage!…..laughed so much that nightmare would not end
    good contest

  17. Sean says:

    Favorite Michael Douglas film is Fatal Attraction. Classic.

  18. Jakitra Williams says:

    my favorite Douglas movie is Basic Instinct hands down

  19. Renee Brown says:

    My favorite Michael Douglass film has got to be Fatal Attraction. I could watch that movie over and over and over again.

  20. Scott Lipman says:

    I always thought “The Game” was Michael Douglas’ best movie

  21. Cameron McCasland says:

    Its got to be Falling Down. He was amazing.

  22. mark yingling says:

    Black Rain and Romancing the Stone are two of the best movie ever done.

  23. Ankoor Shah says:

    Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

  24. Tami Adams says:

    My favorite Michael Douglass movie was him in You, me and Dupree.

  25. Eric Lebron says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas movie is Fatal Attraction.

  26. Kevin Torres says:

    I would say Wall Street. Followed by Fatal Atrraction.

  27. Matt Powell says:

    MY favorite would have to be Wall Street because Michale Douglas played the role of the mentor very well to Charlie Sheen while at the same time being a sleazy trader.

  28. Kim P. says:

    followed on twitter (@knphan) = my favorite michael douglas film is Fatal Attraction!

  29. Donald says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas film is Fatal Attraction

  30. Teresa says:

    ‘Romancing the Stone’, then ‘Wonder Boys’ for a recent pick. ;)

  31. Sammy says:

    I loved him in King of California!

  32. Karen says:

    My favorite is “Fatal Attraction”.

  33. Maurice Bell says:

    Hands Down.. Fatal Attraction.

  34. Ray says:

    Fatal Attraction – still scary.

  35. Ilya says:

    I’ll have to go with The Game, a very under rated movie.

  36. Susan says:

    I love An American President, I really think he did a great job in that movie.

  37. Nadja says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas movie is Fatal Attraction :)

  38. Tim says:

    Falling Down – dark but good.

  39. Helene Haviland says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas movie is The War of the Roses – darkly comic and I loved the ending!

  40. Charles says:

    I really think The Game is extremely under-appreciated.

  41. Chris Streyle says:

    My favorite film is Falling Down…followed next by Wonder Boys

  42. Biki says:

    I really liked Ghost of Girlfriends Past–great story!!

  43. P Diverse says:

    My favorite film is Falling Down.

  44. Victoria says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas film is “Fatal Attraction”

  45. Adam says:

    Anything where he’s banging hot cougars, so probably “Freedom: A History of Us”

  46. Maureen Fisher says:

    My favorite film is A Perfect Murder. He has an elaborate plan for getting rid of his wife, but in the end, she is the one who comes out on top. It’s a very interesting thriller and I think along with the Game is one of his better movies.

  47. Kara says:

    Favorite Michael Douglas film is Wall Street.

  48. Roger says:

    ‘Fatal Attraction’ with ‘Wonder Boys’ as an honorable mention

  49. Ed says:

    My favorite by far is “The Game.” I would love to do something that extravagant for my brother on his birthday. ;-)

  50. Amber says:

    Whoa, this would be awesome to win, and this new movie sounds good. My fav might have to be the crazy films of all crazy relationship films….Fatal Attraction! So much tension in it. I follow on Twitter (lipstickncandy). Thanks!

  51. Keith says:

    One of my favorite Michael Douglas movie is “Ghost & The Darkness” because it’s just so tense & scary and Douglas’ performance as the hunter was genius.

  52. Joe says:

    Wonder Boys

  53. Pat says:

    My favorite Michael Douglas movie is definitely The Game. As if the film wasn’t taught and thrilling enough, the ending was spectacular! What a fantasic surprise at the end (narratively and cinematically)!!!

  54. Duckie says:

    Ghost of Girlfriends Past was hilarious and sweet

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